Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Postcards from Venezia



Hanging out in Venice

6 of the best! (The original)

The naval ship Amerigo Vespucci

Biennale Pavilion (USA)

Biennale Pavilion (GERMANY)

Biennale Pavilion (KOREA)

10 comments:

  1. Well if I had to show my underwear to the world I can't think of anywhere better to do so than Venice.

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    1. Do you peg out Pat? I mean your drawers.

      You remind of Nora Batty at times. ;)

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  2. Good photos. The Korean pavilion I gather looked very good at night, neon lights etc.

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    1. Thanks Rachel. Unfortunately visitors are not allowed in the gardens at night. The Korean pavilion is in the shade of some big trees and it does its garish best to rival a Blackpool illuminations float.

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  3. __ Nothing better than -air dried- laundry; that "festival of the fresh." Too, the color adds well to "the 6 of the best." Nifty! _m

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    1. The "festival of the fresh" . . . I like that. People always pegged their washing out where I lived between sea and mountains when I was a child. If you peg it out nowadays you'd have to wash it again - sadly because of air pollution in so many cities!

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  4. Bella foto dei panni stesi al sole! Letting the neighbours know that bed sheets are washed weekly.
    Who are the little girls?
    I read the header Gwil; true, use only a fork to eat spaghetti.
    Greetings Maria x

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    1. Panni allegra! Rosso e giallo. Molto bello! The little girls were playing in a campo where I was sitting enjoying some vino rosso and listening to music. They reminded my of some chocolate I used to eat when I was a child. It was called Fry's Five Boys. I couldn't resist taking a photo of them.
      I'm trying to educate people not to use a spoon for spaghetti!

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    1. I'm reaching into my pocket for the read card . . . you were warned.

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